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Descendants of Joseph Bemis


      3232. Edward (Edwin) Coleman8 Bemis (Varenes7, Timothy6, Timothy5, John4, John3, John2, Joseph1)14004 was born 14 Oct 1838 in Almond, Allegany, New York14004. He married Maria H. Allen14004,14005. She was born Dec 1845 in New York14006.

Notes for Edward (Edwin) Coleman Bemis:
[1860 Census - Chicago (Ward 5), Cook, Illinois - July 20, 1860 - page 272 - image 272]
Henry Bemis, 28, Brewer, real estate of $2500, personal property of $4000, born in New York;
Martha A. Bemis, 27, born in New York;
Frank W. Bemis, 8, born in Ohio;
Mary Bemis, 7, born in Ohio;
Mary A. Bemis, 45, personal property of $1500, born in New York;
Coleman Bemis, 21, Brewer, born in New York;
Dwight Bemis, 9, born in New York;
Ann Chaliger, 19, servant, born in Ireland.

[1880 Census - Chicago (Dist. 19), Cook, Illinois - ]
Edwin C. Bemis, 40, brewer, born in New York (parents in Massachusetts);
Maria H. Bemis, 38, keeping house, born in New York (parents in Connecticut);
Edwin A. Bemis, 16, at school, born in New York (parents in New York);
Fredrick H. Bemis, 12, at school, born in New York (parents in New York);
Rosa M. Bemis, 10, at school, born in New York (parents in New York).

[1900 Census - Battles Wharf (ED#6), Baldwin, Alabama - June 30, 1900 - page 17(b) - image 34]
E. C. Bemis, 60 (Oct 1839), married 35 years, born in New York (parents in New York), brewer;
M. H. Bemis, wife, 54 (Dec 1845), married 35 years, 3 children, 3 living, born in New York (parents in Connecticut);
Harry Bemis, son, 32 (Oct 1867), single, born in Illinois (parents in New York), farm labor;
Rosa M. Bemis, daughter, 30 (Sept 1869), single, born in Illinois (parents in New York).

More About Edward (Edwin) Coleman Bemis:
Residence: They live at Magnolia Springs, Baldwin County, Alabama.14007
     
Children of Edward Bemis and Maria Allen are:
  4962 i.   Edward Allen9 Bemis14008, born 15 Oct 1864 in Chicago, Illinois14009; died 10 Oct 1940 in Bon Secour, Baldwin, Alabama14010,14011. He married Caroline "Carrie" Brown14011,14012 Bet. 1893 - 189514013; born Nov 1871 in Alabama14014; died 06 Dec 1932 in Bon Secour, Baldwin, Alabama14015.
  Notes for Edward Allen Bemis:
[The Foley (Alabama) Onlooker, October 17, 1940]

EDWARD ALLEN BEMIS

Mr. Edward Allen Bemis, a native of Chicago, but a resident of Baldwin county for the past 50 years, and at one time ran a grocery store at Magnolia Springs, Ala., and a late resident of Bon Secour, passed away at his home Thursday of that town.

Funeral services were held from his home Friday morning with Rev. Clarence Younce officiating and interment in Witt Cemetery with Christensen directing.

He is survived by seven children, five sons, Royce, Henry, Edward, Walter, Freddie; three daughters, Katherine Benton, Evelyn Johnson and Erma Allen.
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[1900 Census - Battles Wharf (ED#6), Baldwin, Alabama - June 30, 1900 - page 295 - image 35]
Edwin A. Bemis, 36 (Oct. 1863), married 5 years, born in Illinois (parents in New York);
Carrie Bemis, 28 (Nov. 1871), 7 children, 4 living, born in Alabama (parents in Alabama);
Edwin Bemis, 5 (Apr. 1895), born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Evilyn Bemis, 3 (Dec. 1896), born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Harvy Bemis, 1 (March 1899), born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama).

[1910 Census - Election (Dist 14), Baldwin, Alabama - April 19, 1910 - page 174 - image 5]
Edwin A. Bemis, 46, married 17 years, born in Illinois (parents in New York), farmer;
Carrie A. Bemis, wife, 39, married 17 years, 11 children, 11 living, born in Alabama (parents in Alabama);
Edwin A. Bemis, Jr., son, 15, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama), farm labor;
Evylin M. Bemis, daughter, 13, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Henry Bemis, son, 11, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Earl Bemis, son, 9, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Kathaleen Bemis, daughter, 6, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Ross(?) Bemis, son, 6, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Walter Bemis, son, 5, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Roy Bemis, son, 4, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Fred Bemis, son, 3, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Rosa Bemis, daughter, 2, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Irma Bemis, daughter, 11 days?, single, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama).

[1920 Census - Bon Secour and Palmetto Beach (ED#15), Baldwin, Alabama - Jan. 27-8, 1920 - page 6B - image 12]
Edwin A. Bemis, 56, born in Illinois, fisherman (own boat);
Carrie Bemis, 49, wife, born in Alabama (parents in Florida), housekeeper;
Kathleen Bemis, daughter, 16, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama), housekeeping;
Ross Bemis, 16, son, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama), fisherman;
Walter Bemis, 14, son, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Freddie Bemis, 12, son, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Rosie Bemis, 11, daughter, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Irma Bemis, 9, daughter, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama);
Carrol Bemis, 7, son, born in Alabama (parents in Illinois and Alabama).

  More About Edward Allen Bemis:
Name 2: Edward (Edwin) A. Bemis14016
Date born 2: 15 Oct 1863
Date born 3: 15 Oct 1864, Magnolia Springs, Baldwin, Alabama14017,14018
Burial: 11 Oct 1940, Witt Brown Cemetery, Bon Secour, Baldwin, Alabama14019,14020

  Notes for Caroline "Carrie" Brown:
[The Foley (Alabama) Onlooker, Thursday, December 8, 1932]

MRS. CARRIE BEMIS

Mrs. Carrie Bemis, age 62, died Tuesday at her home in Bon Secour, death being caused by kidney trouble.

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, interment in Witt cemetery. Christensen in charge.

  More About Caroline "Carrie" Brown:
Burial: 07 Dec 1932, Witt Brown Cemetery, Bon Secour, Baldwin, Alabama14021

  More About Edward Bemis and Caroline Brown:
Marriage: Bet. 1893 - 189514022

  4963 ii.   Henry Bemis14022, born Oct 1867 in Illinois14023.
  More About Henry Bemis:
Date born 2: 05 Oct 1868, Magnolia Springs, Baldwin, Alabama14024

  4964 iii.   Rosa May Bemis14024, born Sep 1869 in Illinois14025.
  More About Rosa May Bemis:
Date born 2: Sep 1870, Magnolia Springs, Baldwin, Alabama14026



      3233. George Almond8 Bemis (Varenes7, Timothy6, Timothy5, John4, John3, John2, Joseph1)14027 was born 17 Apr 1843 in Angelica, Allegany, New York14027, and died 06 Dec 1893 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14027. He married (1) Sarah Instan14028 1862 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14029, daughter of Edward Instan and Elizabeth Gregory. She was born 01 Feb 1840 in Wolverhampton, Stafford, England14030, and died 12 Nov 1877 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14030. He married (2) Leah Hales14031 Abt. 187714031, daughter of William Hales and Laura Blackman. She was born 15 Sep 1855 in Henrietta, Lorain, Ohio14031, and died 01 Jan 188414031.

Notes for George Almond Bemis:
[Draper:87] Mr. Bemis was a prominent business man of Cleveland, O. Several years a member of the Board of Education. For 25 years an active mason - Master Mason June 22, 1868. Master of Woodward Lodge, Cleveland 1876-1877-1880. Knight Templar Feb. 1, 1874. Holywood Commandery. M. E. High Priest; Thatcher Chapter 1875; and Secty of Chapter sixteen years. He served in an Ohio Regiment called out in the Rebellion in 1863.

["Old Fifteen" (Flat Lux) A History of Early Masonry in Cleveland, by Clarence W. Fitch, P. M., published by Cleveland City Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M., October 1917, p. 75]
Jan. 5, 1875. "The Petition of Bros. Geo. A. Bemis and others to establish a new Lodge in the 17th Ward, East Cleveland, to be called Woodward Lodge, was taken up and on motion a ballot was taken and found clear - a unanimous Consent was given."

[1870 Census - Cleveland (Ward 1), Cuyahoga, Ohio - June 28, 1870 - page 178 - image 129]
G. A. Bemis, 28, real estate of $3000, personal property of $1000, born in New York;
Sarah Bemis, 30, keeping house, born in England (foreign parents);
Wm A. Bemis, 6, born in Ohio;
Minnie Bemis, 4, born in Ohio;
Leah Hills? (perhaps Hales), 15, born in Ohio, attending school.

[1880 Census - Cleveland (District 51), Cuyahoga, Ohio - June 9, 1880 - page 244A - image 21]
(Burns in Ancestry.com index)
George A. Bemis, 37, insurance agent, born in New York (parents in New York);
William E. Bemis, 15, son, at school, born in Ohio (parents in New York and England);
Minnie L. Bemis, 14, daughter, at school, born in Ohio (parents in New York and England);
George H. Bemis, 9, son, at school, born in Ohio (parents in New York and England);
Leah Hales, 24, "brother"?, keeping house, born in Ohio (parents in England and Ohio).

More About George Almond Bemis:
Name 2: George A. Bemis14031

More About George Bemis and Sarah Instan:
Marriage: 1862, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14032

More About Leah Hales:
Died 2: 31 Jan 188414033
Burial: Sanders Hill Cemetery, Henrietta Twp, Lorain, Ohio14033

More About George Bemis and Leah Hales:
Marriage: Abt. 187714033
     
Children of George Bemis and Sarah Instan are:
  4965 i.   William Edward9 Bemis14034, born 12 Aug 1864 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14034; died 29 Nov 1915 in his summer home, Webland, near Point Jervis, New York (residence, Larchmont, Westchester, New York)14035. He married Frances Lavinia Ford14036 13 May 1886 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14036; died 06 Mar 1920 in Larchmont, Westchester, New York14037.
  Notes for William Edward Bemis:
[The New York Times, November 30, 1914, page 13]

WM. E. BEMIS, OF STANDARD OIL, DIES

New York Company Vice President is Stricken While Duck Shooting Near Port Jervis.

DEVELOPED CHINA'S FIELDS

He Was Decorated by the Sultan for His Many Humanitarian Services to Turkey

William Edward Bemis, a Vice President of the Standard Oil Company and one of the foremost authorities on the export oil business, died suddenly yesterday morning at his Summer home, Webland, near Port Jervis, N. Y. The news of his death came as a shock to his associates at 20 Broadway, as he left for his Thanksgiving vacation in the best of health.

Mr. Bemis was duck shooting on Friday, and complained of pains in his chest, which grew so bad that he was taken home. On Saturday he improved, but grew worse again on Sunday, sinking gradually until he died.

Mr. Bemis was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and was in his fifty-second year. As soon as he left school in 1882, he obtained a position with the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, rising rapidly until he was placed in charge of the foreign trade, spending much of his time abroad. When the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey was dissolved, he was elected one of the Vice Presidents and a member of the Board of Directors of the Standard Oil Company of New York.

One of the most noted achievements of his career was when he went to China for the Standard Oil, and in February, 1914, signed an agreement with the Chinese Government, on behalf of his company, for the development of the oil fields of that country. Under his direction the work was soon commenced and it is estimated will have cost nearly $10,000,000 before it is completed. This was said at the time to have been the first time that an Imperial Government had entered into partnership with a private enterprise for the development of its own resources.

In July, 1915, Mr. Bemis went to Turkey, and was located in Constantinople for some time. The Sultan decorated him with the Order of Osmanieh of the second class for his many humanitarian services.

Mr. Bemis was married in 1896 to Miss Frances Lavinia Ford of Cleveland, who accompanied him on many of his trips abroad, and survives him. Mr. Bemis made his permanent home at Harbor Lodge in Larchmont, N. Y.

He was a member of the Larchmont Yacht Club, the Ohio Society of New York, the Campfire Club of America, the Caughnawanna Hunting and Fishing Club, and the Apawamis Golf Club. His body was taken to his home in Larchmont.

The funeral will be held at St. John's Church, Larchmont, on Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.
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[1900 Census - Mamaroneck (District 75), Westchester, New York - June 20, 1900 - page 162A - image 65]
Wm E. Bemis, head, 35 (Aug. 1864), married 14 years, born in Ohio (parents in New York and England), Oil Company;
Frances? Bemis, wife, 35 (July 1864), married 14 years, born in Ohio (parents in New York and Ohio);
+ 2 servants and a coachman.

[1910 Census - Mamaroneck (District 43), Westchester, New York - page 199A - image 17]
(Bennis in Ancestry.com index)
William E. Bemis, 45, married 22 years, born in Ohio (parents in New York and England), agent, Standard Oil;
Francis Bemis, wife, 45, married 22 years, 0 children, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio);
+ 4 servants.

  More About William Edward Bemis:
Occupation: Mr. Bemis lives in New York City and is connected with the "Standard Oil Company"14038

  Notes for Frances Lavinia Ford:
[1920 Census - Mamaroneck (District 64), Westchester, New York - January 20, 1920 - page 10B - image 20]
Mrs. William E. Bemis, 50, widow, born in Ohio (parents in New York and Ohio);
+ 5 servants.

[New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Mar 8, 1920. p. 9 (1 page)]
BEMIS - Suddenly at her home in Larchmont, N. Y., on Saturday, March 6, 1920, Frances L., wife of the late William E. Bemis. Funeral service at her late residence on Wednesday, March 10, on the arrival of the 10:08 train from Grand Central Station. Interment private.

[New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Jun 21, 1920. p. 7 (1 page)]
To Appraise Mrs. Bemis's Estate.
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. , June 21. Because of a contest pending over the estate of Mrs. Frances L. Bemis, who died about four months ago, leaving between $3,000,000 and $5,000,000, Surrogate George A. Slater has appointed appraisers to fix the value of her personal property. Edward P. Starck has been appointed temporary administrator and has furnished a surety company bond for $1,500,000.

[New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Jun 28, 1920. p. 32 (1 page)]
LEFT $1,000,000 OIL STOCKS.; Inventory Shows Mrs. Bemis Also Had Jewelry Worth $200,000.
Special to The New York Times.
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., June 28. -- It developed today that an inventory of the estate of the late Mrs. Frances L. Bemis of Larchmont on the Sound, widow of one of the Standard Oil directors, showed that she owned more than $1,000,000 worth of Standard Oil securities, and $3,600 worth of Liberty Lona bonds of the third, fourth and Victory issues. Mrs. Bemis also left more than $200,000 worth of diamonds, pearls and other jewelry.
Mrs. Bemis held 331 shares of the Standard Oil Company of Indiana valued at about $203,000; and 601 shares of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey valued at $406,315. She also had stocks of the Standard Oil Company of New York, Continental Oil Company of California, Illinois Pipe Line Company, Prairie Oil and Gas Company, Prarie Pile Line Company and Ohio Oil Company.
The most valuable piece of jewelry left by Mrs. Bemis was a pearl necklace with a diamond clasp worth more than $175,000.

[New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Jul 7, 1920. p. 26 (1 page)]
MRS. BEMIS LEFT $2,000,000.; Widow of Standard Oil Man Had Jewels Worth $200,000.
Special to The New York Times.
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., July 6. -- Appraisers have fixed the value of the estate of the late Mrs. Frances L. Bemis, widow of Edward Bemis, a Vice President of the Standard Oil Company, at about $2,000,000. The report will be filed with Surrogate George A. Slater this week. It was first reported that Mrs. Bemis had left an estate worth $5,000,000.
The value of the jewels was placed at $200,000. Experts were engaged to examine a necklace of 82 pearls with a diamond clasp. This was valued at $175,000. The pearls, which graduated in size, each one matching another, were perfect in shape, and one of the most beautiful of its kind ever seen. Mrs. Bemis also left rubies, diamond rings and diamond bracelets, many of which she purchased abroad.
The will is being contested by a relative, and for that reason the appraisal was hurried along. It was reported today that the contest may be settled within the next few weeks.

[New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Jan 19, 1921. p. 5 (1 page)]
NEW SUIT BY BEMIS HEIR.; Sister of Standard Oil Man's Widow Contests $2,000,000 Estate.
Special to The New York Times.
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., Jan. 18. -- Farrington M. Thompson of White Plains, counsel for Carrie E. Ryder of Chicago, filed objection today with Surrogate George A. Slater to the probate of the will of his client's sister, Mrs. Frances L. Bemis, widow of the late Edward M. Bemis, one of the Standard Oil Company Vice Presidents. It was contended that Mrs. Bemis was not of sound mind to make a will by which she disposed of an estate valued at more the $2,000,000. Counsel also contends that the will was not a voluntary act of Mrs. Bemis, who left the sister $5,000, and demanded that the case be tried before a jury.
Mrs. Bemis died March 6, 1920, and temporary administrators appointed by Surrogate Slater have been in charge of the estate since the will was offered for probate.
Mrs. Kittie F. Hunting, also a sister of Mrs. Bemis, who was bequethed $25,000 in trust, filed action, and it has been reported that the contest was about to be settled. Most of the estate of Mrs. Bemis was inherited by another sister, a sister-in-law, brother-in-law and two nieces.

[New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Oct 10, 1921. p. 26 (1 page)]
BEMIS WILL FIGHT ENDS.; Sisters of Oil Man's Widow Accept Compromise--$39,000 to One.
Special to The New York Times.
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., Oct. 9. -- It became known today that the contest over the will of Mrs. Frances L. Bemis, widow of the late William E. Bemis, who was one of the Vice Presidents of the Standard Oil Compnay and a resident of Larchmont, has been compromised and an order of settlement signed by Surrogate George A. Slater of Westchester County. Mrs. Bemis left an estate valued at more than $2,000,000. The contest was brought by Mrs. Carrie E. Ryder of 119 East Eighty-eighth Street, Chicago, and Mrs. Kittie F. Hunting of 322 Meacham Avenue, Park Ridge, Ill., sisters of Mrs. Bemis. The contest has been pending for a year. Mrs. Ryder brought suit through Lawyer Farrington Thompson of White Plains, charging that undue influences had been exerted over Mrs. Bemis whereby she was cut off with only $5,000. Mr. Thompson said today that, under the terms of the compromise, Mrs. Ryder has received $39,000, in addition to the legacy mentioned in the will. Mrs. Hunting also alleged undue influence. Mr. Thompson said Mrs. Hunting also received a substantial sum, in addition to her legacy. The main part of Mrs. Bemis's estate was made up of Standard Oil stocks.

  More About Frances Lavinia Ford:
Burial: 10 Mar 192014039

  More About William Bemis and Frances Ford:
Marriage: 13 May 1886, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14040

  4966 ii.   Minnie Louisa Bemis14040, born 07 Feb 1866 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14040. She married (1) Samuel E. Hunter14040 30 Mar 1885 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14040; died Bef. 05 Jun 1900. She married (2) David R. Robertson Abt. 1903; born Abt. 1871 in Canada.
  Notes for Minnie Louisa Bemis:
[1900 Census - Cleveland (District 166), Cuyahoga, Ohio - June 5, 1900 - page 4B - image 7]
(Bennis in Ancestry.com index)
Minnie L. Hunter, head, 34 (Feb. 1866), widow, 2 children 2 living, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio);
Hazel Hunter, daughter, 14 (Dec. 1885), born in Ohio (parents in Ohio), at school;
Edith Hunter, daughter, 11 (May 1889), born in Connecticut (parents in Ohio); at school;
George Bemis, brother, 29 (July 1870), born in Ohio (parents in Ohio), photographer.

  More About Samuel Hunter and Minnie Bemis:
Marriage: 30 Mar 1885, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14040

  Notes for David R. Robertson:
[1910 Census - Rockport Twp (District 37), Cuyahoga, Ohio - May 6, 1910 - page 20B - image 40]
David R. Robertson, 39, married 7 years, born in Canada (parents Scotch), steam fitter, heating;
Minnie Robertson, wife, 41, married 2, 7 years, born in Ohio (parents in New York and England);
?? Robertson, daughter, 5, born in Ohio (parents in Canada and Ohio);
Hazel B. Hunter, step-daughter, 24, born in Ohio (parents in Pennsylvania and Ohio), saleswoman, dry goods store.

  More About David Robertson and Minnie Bemis:
Marriage: Abt. 1903

  4967 iii.   George Henry Bemis14040, born 04 Jul 1870 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio14040. He married Dorothy M. (______)14041 Abt. 190714041; born Abt. 1887 in Ohio14041.
  Notes for George Henry Bemis:
[1900 Census - Cleveland (District 166), Cuyahoga, Ohio - June 5, 1900 - page 4B - image 7]
(Bennis in Ancestry.com index)
Minnie L. Hunter, head, 34 (Feb. 1866), widow, 2 children 2 living, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio);
Hazel Hunter, daughter, 14 (Dec. 1885), born in Ohio (parents in Ohio), at school;
Edith Hunter, daughter, 11 (May 1889), born in Connecticut (parents in Ohio); at school;
George Bemis, brother, 29 (July 1870), born in Ohio (parents in Ohio), photographer.

[1910 Census - Rockport Twp (District 35), Cuyahoga, Ohio - May 24, 1910 - page 26A - image 50]
(Bennis in Ancestry.com index)
George H. Bemis, 37, married 3 years, born in Ohio (parents in New York and England), credit man (jewelry store);
Dorothy M. Bemis, wife, 23, married 3 years, no children, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio).

[1920 Census - Lakewood (District 568), Cuyahoga, Ohio - January 10, 1920 - page 11B - image 22]
George H. Bemis, 45, born in Ohio (parents in New York), credit man (jewelers);
Dorothy M. Bemis, wife, 31, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio);
Alman Bemis, son, 7, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio);
Frances Bemis, daughter, 1 ?/12, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio);
Delila Barnswell, servant, 16, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio), servant (private family).

[1930 Census - St. Petersburg (District 9), Pinellas, Florida - April 9, 1930 - page 11B - image 22]
George H. Bemis, real estate of $30000, 59, married at 36, born in Ohio (parents in New York and England);
Dorothy M. Bemis, wife, 42, married at 19, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio);
George A. Bemis, son, 17, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio);
Frances K. Bemis, daughter, 11, born in Ohio (parents in Ohio).

  More About George Henry Bemis:
Residence: Lives in Cleveland, Ohio14042

  More About George Bemis and Dorothy (______):
Marriage: Abt. 190714043



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